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Wednesday, November 17 • 17:55 - 18:25
AsyncAPI is here to stay. Learn how to apply it in your projects with the API First-Approach - Rolando Carrasco & Leonardo Gonzalez, SPS

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During this session Rolando and Leonardo will explain how can you apply AsyncAPI for your projects from the point of view of the API-First approach. The API-first approach is a key part of the API Design and Development life-cycle, but when it comes to scenarios where an Event Driven Architecture gets introduced, and we do not have traditional REST API interactions, is difficult to apply it. It is difficult to mock it and get the benefits of the API First approach. We normally just describe the interactions and the events that will occur, and mention the type of technology that it will be used, but there is no spec to describe it. Part of the success for the API-first approach is to describe and share the capabilities of the API and actually test it. But when it comes to events, how do you do that? How do you spec them? There is where AsyncAPI comes to play. And there is where you can get the value of the API FIrst Approach when your architecture is based on events. Rolando & Leonardo will share their real life experiences on Event Driven Architectures and how you can apply AyncAPI into them.

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avatar for Rolando Carrasco

Rolando Carrasco

CTO, SPS
Rolando Carrasco is a Oracle Groundbreaker, Oracle ACE, MuleSoft Mentor specialized in API Management, Services Orientation, Distributed Systems, Integration, Event Driven Architectures. He has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and has worked for companies like Hewlett... Read More →
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Leonardo Gonzalez

MuleSoft Tech Director, SPS
MuleSoft Team Lead, Modern APIs and Integration Consultant and Digital Transformation enthusiastic. Leonardo is a MuleSoft Mentor.


Wednesday November 17, 2021 17:55 - 18:25 UTC
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